Keller Art Glass

Watercolor guitar

Posted on: November 6, 2011

The discovery of each evolution of the process of the glass guitars seems to open another door to the “next step”. When I was casting the glass, the casting material seemed to be embedded pretty tightly into the back of my guitars. When I went to paint the guitars, I tried to get the paint to bleed a bit – much to my surprise, the bleeding did not burn out when fired in, but actually took on the look of watercolors! No more hard-edged glassy looking colors – now the opportunity of blending colors is at my disposal. I can’t wait to see what the possibilities are with this new technique ….

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Keller Art Glass is a decorative art glass studio, creating one-of-a-kind works of art in glass, metals, and other materials, since 1973. Our work incorporates both residential, commercial, and liturgical projects.

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Cleveland, Ohio 44106
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